Joe Burrow’s postgame outfit after winning the AFC Championship Game was clearly inspired by The Rock

Joe Burrow is headed to the Super Bowl and he’s doing so looking super fresh.

On Sunday, after the Cincinnati Bengals defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 27-24 in overtime in the AFC Championship Game, Burrow was the talk of the NFL world. Getting to the Super Bowl in one’s first full season is an incredible accomplishment, especially for a Bengals team that ended the 2019 season 2-14 and drafted Burrows at No. 1 overall.

Burrow also garnered a bunch of attention on Sunday for his incredibly simplistic but sleek outfit choice. After the Bengals’ win, Burrow ditched the big fur coat and sunglasses, leaving just a simple black turtleneck and a very shiny piece of bling.

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NFL fans immediately noticed Burrow’s outfit choice had very similar vibes to Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s iconic

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Tom Brady Reportedly Sent A Postgame Text To Tyrann Mathieu

Tyrann Mathieu in the Super Bowl.
Tyrann Mathieu in the Super Bowl.

Bucs QB Tom Brady and Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu weren’t the best of friends during Super Bowl LV.

The two players engaged in several heated exchanges throughout Sunday’s game. Brady had the last laugh as the Bucs dominated the Chiefs 31-9 to win the Lombardi Trophy.

It appears both players regret how they treated each other during the game, though. In his postgame press conference, Mathieu admitted he had never “seen that side” of Brady.

Brady is the latest to admit his regret for trash talking Mathieu. No. 12 sent the Chiefs safety an apology text following the big game, per a report.

It looks like the two players have put their bad blood behind them. But neither will forget the interactions.

We’ve seen Tom Brady get fired up so many times throughout his career it’s become common. But he rarely, if ever,

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Jazz’s Mitchell brushes off Shaq’s postgame criticism

Donovan Mitchell scored a season-high 36 points in the Utah Jazz’s win over the New Orleans Pelicans on Thursday but was quickly confronted with Shaquille O’Neal’s criticism on TNT’s broadcast.

Mitchell was asked about the awkward exchange afterward and brushed it off.

“We’re on a seven-game win streak right now, we’re playing good basketball. I hate to take a win like this and make it about what they said about me,” the Jazz guard said, according to the Salt Lake Tribune’s Eric Walden. “You look at how we played and guarded, I’m happy.”

Earlier in the program, O’Neal and Charles Barkley said Mitchell’s impact is limited to scoring.

Jazz center Rudy Gobert – who’s also received criticism from Shaq – said the proof

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